Fumihiko Maki. Hillside Terrace. Shibuya. Tokyo. Japan

July 25, 2012

Fumihiko Maki. Hillside Terrace. Shibuya. Tokyo. Japan

Project published in 10 Stories of Collective Housing

Hillside Terrace is a miniature city, built in phases, which took over thirty years to complete and is home to low-rise buildings, interconnected public spaces, low walls, thresholds, passageways and vegetation. Hillside Terrace, in the Daikanyama district, sums up thirty years of urban design in Tokyo, thirty years in the history of modern architecture and thirty years in the professional career of Fumihiko Maki.

 

Images by a+t research group.

 

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